Yesterday our 12th Memory Moments Café was opened by the Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex at the Bevy in the city of Brighton and Hove. It’s our first Café in the city and we hope it will lead to more opening there in the near future. The venue for this Café, the Bevy, is special in that it was the first community owned estate pub in the UK so we are excited to be using this fabulous venue for our Café. The mayor of Brighton, along with many other supporters of the café, joined us for a very successful opening.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Saturday at our cafe in the Town Hall, Boltro Road in Haywards Heath. We’ve had to move the date this month from our usual booking of the 1st Saturday in the month to the 2nd Saturday in the month. Please come and join us from 2pm. We’d love to have a chat over a nice cuppa and delicious cake.
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This week the Mayor of Haywards Heath, Cllr James Knight, opened our second cafe in Haywards Heath. We have teamed up with St Richards Church to bring the new cafe about. We all had a fabulous afternoon with Jim from Full Beam Productions who got us all singing and dancing the afternoon away. We are looking forward to the next cafe on Tuesday 27th February from 2.30 pm in the church hall at St Richards Church.
This week it’s the Henfield Café and we are sharing it with the Christmas Tree Festival in #Henfield. Along with viewing all the wonderfully decorated Christmas trees in the café and church, including our own Know Dementia tree, we will be joining in with the carol singing. Come and see our tree and make a Christmas wish or memory and hang it on the tree. Evangelical Free Church Hall, Henfield High Street from 2pm to 4pm.
What a fantastic time we all had at this year’s Christmas Extravaganza. We enjoyed Christmas tunes sung to us by the amazing Victory Vs and joined in with beautiful songs from our very own Jazzled choir. We also enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea and the raffle raised around £300. Thank you to everyone for their support and to all the volunteers who helped make it happen.
Thank you to everyone who visited us at our stall at the Southwater Christmas Event last Saturday. We raised almost £50 from selling the cakes and cards that people had donated. Thank you!